Thursday, January 22, 2009

Head Full Of Questions And A Heart Full Of Praise!

Hey Ladies,
We are still struggling through our mire, but not fighting it as hard....we seem to be getting a little free.

Zoie is all better! She's been released by the doctors and seems to be back to her normal self! Thank You Jesus!

I had my first set of nerves deadened and will have the other side done next Friday. Unfortunately because of the recovery time, it may be February before I know if this will work or not.

My friend Bonnie has been approved for the Harvard study for his cancer. He has started the treatment and will be monitored closely. We are praying for dramatic and complete results....the kind only God can do!

As for our other trials, please keep praying. Things are so uncertain. I see God working...I feel His presence...I hear His words of encouragement. Then I ask for more faith.

God Answers:

"Can a woman forget her nursing child, and not have compassion on the son of her womb? Surely they may forget, yet I will not forget you. See, I have inscribed you on the palm of my hands; your walls are continually before Me."
Isaiah 49:15,16

I have seen God as parent more through this trial than any other time in my life. I still have questions....He has chose not to answer now. But He keeps loving me, holding me, and I know my name is carved in His hand...right along with the nail scars that He endured for me!

So my questions will keep coming, but I am learning to wait and trust even though they are not answered before my sight.

Thanks for praying! Thanks for loving!

More later
Pamela

9 comments:

Nicole said...

Hi Pam. Keep asking those questions girlfriend. I am praying right that you would have spiritual ears to hear. So glad you are not afraid to ask questions cause He wants to answer you...in His timing! Keep surrending girlfriend! The song that comes to me is "I surrender all" that goes like this... "All to Jesus I surrender. All to Him I daily give. I will ever love and trust Him, in His presence daily live."

Love you,
Nicole

Elizabethd said...

I'm so glad that Zoie is better, what a relief that must be.

Kay Martin said...

Know that you are so thought of. I am believing the injections are going to be the answer.

Questions...umm...times have been so tough at points I didn't even what to process the questions. Yes...the more we know; seems we discover there is even more we don't know. So, when it's really thick with fog I just call out His name....Jesus.

Can't wait until the fog burns off and you spin the stories from all of this. A fertile soil is pushing up a great crop and harvest.

Golden~1 said...

Hey Pam,

I will continue to pray for your healing and Bonnie as well.

I am always encouraged by your testimony of Faith in What HE can do!

Tell Zoie I am glad to hear that she is all better.

Love ya,

MiVida
faithwithheels

Sharon said...

SO HAPPY THAT ZOIE IS BETTER!!
I will continue to pray, Just be patient for your answer, always ask the questions.
Praise God
Love
Sharon

Beverlydru said...

Good report on Zoie! Yay God! These are interesting times indeed. You are not alone in your journey (in more ways than you know) through perilous waters. We will hang together and press onward and upward. Blessings to you.

LynnSC said...

It is wonderful to hear that Zoie is better. I know that you are glad!!

You know... we just discussed the difference between asking God questions and questioning God... huge difference. It is okay to ask Him questions, He is just not obligated to answer you right now. Keep holding on sister... He is awesome is the struggles.

I love you,
Lynn

Chatty Kelly said...

I'm so encouraged by your praise reports. Thanks for sharing. He hasn't let you down yet. Keep believing - the answers will come. (in HIS time).

Anonymous said...

Hi Pam,
I will start reading this more often so I can keep up with your trials and tribulations. I have missed you so much, and I know you are going through tough times. You have so many friends who love and support you - I am honored to be one among so many! Love and hugs,
Amy